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KT launches IPTV bundle, plans Wibro cars

Thursday 10 September 2009 | 04:44 CET | News
South Korea's KT plans to increase its share on the market with new bundled services and a strategic deal with a carmaker for wireless internet, the Korea Times reports. KT recently launched Skylife which combines its IPTV service Qook with Skylife digital satellite broadcasting. The new bundle offers 170 Skylife channels and 65,000 video-on-demand programs from Qook TV. The bundle costs KRW 21,600 per month with a three-year contract for the premium service, KRW 18,000 for the standard service, and KRW 14,400 for the basic service. In addition to the launch of new bundles, KT recently signed

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Categories: General
Companies: KT
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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